After “Shared Conversations” what Gospel will the Church of England share?

Aug 19, 2016 by

by Canon Phil Ashey, AAC: Summary:  On matters of human sexuality, does the Archbishop of Canterbury believe that one must sacrifice the clarity and authority of the Bible to reach lost people? If so, he should admit it clearly and let the rest of the Communion move on. For what he will have left to share is an amputated gospel:  grace without guilt, confession without conviction, response without repentance, imagination in place of revelation, and imitation without imputation. In the hopes of...

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In memoirs, ex Pope Benedict says Vatican ‘gay lobby’ tried to wield power: report

Aug 19, 2016 by

by Philip Pullella, Reuters: Former Pope Benedict says in his memoirs that no-one pressured him to resign but alleges that a “gay lobby” in the Vatican had tried to influence decisions, a leading Italian newspaper reported on Friday. The book, called “The Last Conversations”, is the first time in history that a former pope judges his own pontificate after it is over. It is due to be published on Sept. 9. Citing health reasons, Benedict in 2013 became the first pope in...

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Target’s Plan to End Customers’ Boycott Over Transgender Bathroom Policy Still Gives Men Access to Girls’ Facilities

Aug 19, 2016 by

by Stoyan Zaimov, Christian Post: Chain store giant Target is responding to the ongoing boycott against its stores over its transgender bathroom policy, which allows customers who are men based on their birth sex to use women’s bathrooms and dressing rooms, by announcing it will install single-toilet bathrooms. CNNMoney reported on Wednesday that the company is planning to spend $20 million to expand its bathroom options at all of its U.S. stores, aimed at providing customers the option...

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Methodist Church’s First Openly Gay Bishop Prepares For Move To Colorado

Aug 17, 2016 by

by Anthony Cotton, cpr: United Methodist Church tenets state that homosexuality is “incompatible with Christian teachings,” and bar homosexual people from ordination, but that is not stopping Karen Oliveto from taking over as resident bishop for the church’s Mountain Sky area. “I love that this region, from what I’ve heard so far, is really willing to experiment with what it means to be in church — it actually spills out into the community in exciting ways,”...

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Justice Roy Moore and Liberty Counsel

Aug 16, 2016 by

by Scott Lively, Defend the Family: I greatly admire courage in defense of Biblical values, and for that reason Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore is one of the few Americans I believe are deserving of the designation “hero.” His faithfulness to Truth in standing against the United States Supreme Court is exemplary, and I urge you to read part of his legal opinion denying the court’s authority to impose “gay marriage’ on the nation through judicial fiat. The good...

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What The Fighting Over Gender Issues Is Really About

Aug 16, 2016 by

by Michael C Sherrard: Do you have a hard time understanding how rational people can really think that genderless bathrooms are a good idea? Are you confused about what is happening culturally? Does it make any sense to you that corporations are applying political and economic pressure to reform our social sexuality? Well, here’s what’s going on. The cultural battle over sexuality and gender comes down to one thing: a meaningful life. That is what all of the fighting is about, and it is why...

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